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Fortuna* favours our ski jumpers
An interview with Wojciech Fortuna, ski jumping champion at the Sapporo Winter Olympic Games, conducted by Łukasz Zboralski ("Do Rzeczy").
Poland pins its hopes on ski jumpers as winter Olympics start
The 23rd Winter Olympic Games officially start on Friday in Pyeongchang, South Korea, with Poland looking to its ski jumpers to bring home medals.
Polish team rescues French climber from Nanga Parbat
After an exhausting night ascent, Polish climbers rescued French mountaineer Elisabeth Revol from the treacherous slopes of Pakistan’s “Killer Mountain” but were unable to save her climbing companion, Poland’s winter climbing team said.
Poland's Stoch wins Four Hills ski-jumping Tournament
Polish ski jumper Kamil Stoch won this year's edition of the Four Hills ski-jumping Tournament after placing first in the fourth leg in Bischofshofen, Austria, on Saturday. Stoch also won the first three legs of this year's competition.
The only anti-communist on the national team
Stanisław Terlecki, a former member of the Polish national team, as well as ŁKS Łódź, Cosmos New York and Legia Warszawa, has passed away. Zbigniew Boniek, president of the Polish Football Association, who began his career at the same time as his teammate Terlecki, informed of the latter’s death.
How two Polish athletes put others before self
“If you have enough to share, you should do so because it brings joy and for some it can even save their life.”
Poland seal 2018 World Cup spot
The Polish national football squad has qualified for next year’s World Cup in Russia after defeating Montenegro 4-2 in their last qualifying match in Warsaw on Sunday.
The first man to swim across the Baltic Sea
The Polish swimmer Sebastian Karas has become the first person in the world to conquer the Baltic. He singlehandedly swam from Kołobrzeg to the island of Bornholm in around 28 hours and 30 minutes, Antoni Rokicki from Team Karas announced before midnight on Tuesday.
World record attempt marks EuroVolley 2017
More than 1,800 people have simultaneously bounced volleyballs off their fists in Kraków's main square in a Guinness World Record attempt coinciding with Thursday's launch of the European Volleyball Championships in Poland.
Tour de Pologne kicks off in Kraków
The Tour de Pologne, Poland’s largest cycle race, kicked off in Kraków on Saturday with Slovak Peter Sagan winning the opening stage.
Thousands of spectators at World Games in Poland
More than 70,000 spectators have enjoyed The World Games 2017 events since its Friday launch, including 25,000 who watched the opening ceremony from the stands of Wrocław Stadium.